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of america. >> 1500 died, only 30 were classified as innocent civilians and there were about 50 police officers that died. >> it's a classic turf war between different cartels. >> they spent 23 years fighting for the drug enforcement administration. recently retired he was in charge of global operations for the dea's 5300 special agents. >> along the southwest border is some of the most lucrative turf in the world. location, location, location. >> ten billion dollars in bulk cash grows the u.s.-mexico border on a given day related to drug trafficking. >> ten billion narco trafficking dollars is on par with the tourism industry which generated about $13 billion for mexico. during his presidential campaign felipe calderon vowed to crack down on the cartels. >> the army came in with about 2,000 troops. felipe calderon sent 5,000 additional army troops that will join the police department. >> 45,000 soldiers have been deployed all across mexico, a quarter of the army is now committed to fighting narco terror. >> since december 2006, he has waged a miserable battle against the narco kings m
that should horrify america and the connection to statements that other people and white house and what it new orleans your health care in the future particularly if you are elderly, handicapped or have very young child. if you believe this country is great the government health care is taking us in a direction we promised ourselves we never go down again. stand up, come, follow me. >> glenn: hello, america. tonight i ask you to stay with the program. this is not a sound by the program but it will taken out of context and it will be used fearmongering. what i call this is question with boldness. questions that need answers. we must have answers. i am only following the directions of the president of the united states. he told us how to find out what he really believes in. that is exactly what we're going to do in in a couple of minutes we'll talk about the views of obama's soldiers and why it's important to look -- obama's czars but first i wanted to start some places and show you the beginning of and the history of eugenics which means basically creating a master race by discouraging reproduc
is to control the spiraling cost of health care in america. and, now, the message is, we have to change the insurance industry. >> president barack obama: this is something that sometimes we have forgotten, in the health care debate. these are ordinary americans, no different from anybody else. they are working hard and meeting responsibilities and are held hostage by health insurance companies that deny them coverage and drop their coverage and charge fees they cannot afford for care they desperately need. it is hurting too many families in business. -- and businesses and it is wrong and we'll fix it when we pass health insurance reform this year. [cheers and applause]. >> jamie: good morning, i'm jamie colby. >> i'm rick folbaum, glad to be with you jamie, welcome to today's edition of america's news headquarters and let's go to mike emmanuel live in phoenix with more and mike, past couple of days, two more health care town halls with the president and any more on the agenda at this point? >> reporter: no, rick, really that was the end of a push, by the president for health care refor
-new hour of america's news headquarters. >>> hurricane bill continues to churn at sea, many are wondering how dangerous the storm will be without a direct hit. we're tracking bill right here and we'll have the latest forecast. >> julie: and at a kentucky prison, medium security prison set on fire by inmates during a riot. so what caused all the chaos? >> once a prisoner and free man, he is back in libya and his president welcoming home with open arms. how is it with our relationship with libya just as things were warming up? >> julie: hurricane bill making its way up the east coast. not expected to make landfall in the u.s. but the category two storm is creating high surf and strong rip currents all along the eastern seaboard. tropical storm warning is in effect for the state of massachusetts. domenica davis is tracking it all for us. >> yes, a category two and it's expected to pass several hundred miles to the east of cape cod. it's expected to make the closest path to the united states and then first thing tomorrow morning. it's sitting 400 miles south of nantucket and continue on the n
percent true actually. sadly we haven't been as popular in america in recent years, but in the 1960s if you wanted a sports car, a morgan was very good choice. it was quicker than an mg and it won rafgs. sadly after that the safety regulations and all of that came in and morgan being a small company, making 700 cars a year making it safer and safer. it's only now we're coming back into america with a car that is lightweight but completely safe and is quite economical. >> reporter: and we're looking at other morgans, absolute beauty advertises. we want to talk about the economy. europe has been impacted not just the united states and it's those mission statements. you weren't getting bailouts from the government. we saw a lot of that here in america. what are your thoughts on that? >> it's a huge honor for perhaps to be the last british manufacturer and we have achieved that. we haven't overinvested in boon times and claw back. we've seen in at least three depressions and two world wars. we constantly updated our technology and bmw engines and the latest ford engines and combine this
halls all across america. on tuesday i was in new hampshire talking about people denied coverage because of preexisting conditions. yesterday i was in montana talking about people who had their insurance policies suddenly revoked even though they were paying their premiums, just because they got sick. today we're talking about people like nathan and his family who have insurance, but are still stuck with huge bills because they hit a cap on their benefits or are charged exorbitant out of pocket fees. when you hear about these experiences, when you think about the millions of people denied coverage because of preexisting conditions and the thousands who have had their policies canceled because of an illness, countless people like nathan, i want you to remember one thing, there but for the grace of god go i. [ applause ] this is something that sometimes we have forgotten during the course of this health care debate. these are ordinary americans. they're no different than anybody else. they're working hard, they're meeting their responsibilities. they're held hostage by health insurance com
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also get a lot of wrong information. the damage that it did to america's image in the world is something we're still on the way to repairing. >> reporter: senator mccain opposed to the interrogation methods but he says it's a serious mistake on open the investigation because it could harm c.i.a.'s effectiveness. dineian feinstein says she is horrified by what he shas learned but she thinks they should have waited to act on this until they complete their bipartisan review. >> gregg: let's continue the conversation on this rather controversial topic, by welcoming our congressional panel. congressman adams and a republican from tennessee. representative blackburn, could prosecutors closely examine these interrogations, they found no prosecute offenses and one they did prosecute. suddenly you have a political appointee in the in time of eric holder that is reversing the judgment of non-political appointee. does that smack of partisan politics? >> what it smacks of is a pilt of this entire process. when you know this review was made a decision was made. the one infraction was dea
coast. eleven o'clock in the westment welcome to america's news headquarters covering all of the day's headlines. i'm trace gallagher live in new york. . >> i'm martha mccallum live at our lady of perpetual health basilica in massachusetts as we cover the funeral of edward kennedy. a plane carrying the nartsenatos casket expected to land at andrews air force base. you're looking at constitution avenue, along the procession route and the skies are much sunnier than in massachusetts. earlier today, we watched as hundreds of friends, family, colleagues, packed into basilica behind me and they honored and celebrated the life of the senator who passed away at age 77 this week after a long battle with brain canc cancer. senator kennedy served 47 years in the u.s. senate, making what many say is a profound impact on u.s. life. president obama delivered the eulogy today at senator kennedy's funeral, let's take a listen. >> while he was seen by fiercest critics as a partisan lightning rod, that's not prism through which ted kennedy saw the world, nor was it the prism through which his colleag
we'll send you straight to washington where the news continues in america's news headquarters. with shannon bream. have a great day. >> shannon: a change in tactics for the white house eager to get trillion dollar healthcare reform plan passed. president obama has a new fall guy and he is taking the battle over healthcare personal. i'm shannon bream live in the capital for the next two hours. the healthcare reform is taking a new bunch with word that the white house may be ready to accept the plan without a government run public option. fox news is all over the healthcare battle. caroline shively is in washington where the heavy hitters from both sides making their cases on the sunday talk shows. we begin with mike emmanuel travelling with the president in scottsdale, arizona. and has the latest from his remarks and the administration top health officials out there as well. i understand the administration is possibly backing off the idea of including public option as part of the plan. what do we know? >> that is right. kathleen sebelius, the health and human services saying th
workforce and don't consider that americans -- america is the only industrialized country that dump have a national health plan. >> jamie: will it work and can we afford it, congressman fill gingrey from georgia and the member of the committee, the energy and commerce committee that came up with their bill on friday, thanks for joining us, congressman, good morning. >> good morning. >> jamie: first, let me ask you how you felt when you left on friday. it went into the wee hours and there were changes at the last minute and the democrats now will go home and they'll be on a real sales pitch with constituents, what do you think they'll hear in response? >> well, i think they'll get an earful from their constituent and the constituent will not be very happy. i was disappointed. when -- in the late hours of the night on friday when they finally brought forward the amendment from the blue dogs, i was expecting much more, in fact i was expecting the elimination of the public insurance plan. and they didn't do that at all. in fact they did very little, it was cosmetic, and they'll have an awful
to the top story, town hall meetings demonstrates that many in america have serious questions about the proposals under consideration. one major point of contention and sticking point for my next guest is the so-called end of life language. congress us from michigan, congressman pat mccotter. good to see you. some people are worried about what they perceived to be the so-called end of language-- end of life language that's in this house bill. where is that exactly? is it real? is it something to be concerned about? >> end of life provisions, brian, are not per se something that people tend to object to. if they're in the proper context, in the compassionate bill that empowers patients, that leads to the increase in supply of health care, and these are places that these provisions would be acceptable to many of them. when you put it in the context of a government rationing bill that's a place we do not think is to put an end of life provision. down the road you could see where the misuses that have could occur. supporters of the provisions of the current bill, compassionate choices,
of america, citi bank and their stock last year. what could it do to the banks, the folks that have financial stocks? what do you think will happen once this hits? >> it's interesting. i was just doing some research on august. financials definitely led the bulls. financial stocks have been way up. among them, some of the ones you min mentioned. they cratered last year. a risky business to bet on financial stocks right now. some of the bigger ones, the ones that got our money are doing better. they may be actually about to get even too much bigger to fail. they may buy some of the banks that are in trouble. there could be a new wave of consolidation in the industry as well. >> eric: i guess it means there could be opportunity. bottom line, if 200 banks, 300, 400 banks go, go under, your sense is that really won't affect the pocketbook that much, because of the fdic insurance? >> well, yes. on a personal basis. keep in mind 400 failures would be 5% of the nation banks. they will tend to be the smaller ones. the deposit under $250,000 are guaranteed by the federal government. >> eric: good news
us so many times before, may your dream for a better and more juts america never die. i love you, dad, and you will always live in my heart forever. forever. [applause] [applause] >> vicky, cara, edward, patrick, kerren, caroline, members of the kennedy family, distinguished guests and fellow citizens. today, we say goodbye to the youngest child of rose and joseph kennedy. the world will long remember their son edward as the heir to a weighty legacy. a champion for those who had none. the soul of the democratic party and the lion of the united states senate. a man who graces nearly one thousand laws, who has penned more than 300 laws himself. but those of us who loved him and ache with his passing know ted kennedy by the other titles he held, father, brother, husband, grandfather, uncle teddy or as he was often known to his younger nieces and nephews, the grand fromage, or the big cheese. i, like so many others in the city where he worked for nearly half a century, knew him as a colleague, a mentor, and above all as a friend. ted kennedy was the baby of the family who became its patr
for watching. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby. great to have you with us. shannon bream takes you from here. america's news headquarters continues from washington. have a great day. >> shannon: a wildfire north of los angeles is threatening 10,000 homes. it tripled in size yesterday to more than 3500 acres. at least three homes have been destroyed and 1,000 homes have been evacuated. the u.s. forest service calls the fire "the perfect storm" of fuels, weather and topography. first we begin with a fox news exclusive. former vice president dick cheney hasn't minced words in his criticism of the obama administration. and now he's blaming the justice department after attorney general eric holder went forward with a probe of the c.i.a. molly has more from washington -- malani wilkes has more from washington. >> they called at it terrible decision to appoint a special prosecution. saying that the obama administration is caving to pressure from the left wing of the democratic party and calls the investigation a clearly political move. >> an outrageous political act that will do great damage long-term to ou
met in the woods and the soviet union was no more. from new york, good night america! >> gregg: i'm gregg jarrett and welcome to america's news headquarters. >> julie: i'm julie banderas. a major mess at one of the nation's busiest airports after an evacuation of la guardia. what happened and who police say was responsible for a headache for thousands of travelers. >> gregg: and a cash for clunkers program, well it's not going away quite yet. so much will you be able to trade in your wheels. >> julie: we're going to find out. >> a plan to change held care in america on its way to a vote by the house of representatives after late night maneuvering to get conservative democrats on board. molly henneberg is live in washington. what happens in the house now? >> molly: three committees in the house have passed bills the ways and means committee, education and labor and late last night the energy and commerce committee. so now democratic leaders will take those three bills and combine them in one big piece of legislation. democrats say they are ready to get it to a floor for a vote in s
york, good night america. >> julie: i'm julie banderas. >> gregg: and i'm gregg jarrett. in topping the news, the debate over health care is not slowing down. a georgia congressman holding another townhall meeting last time you may recall, well let's just say it didn't go so well. >> julie: and wild winds fanning flames in california. check out many people are packing up as the wildfire gets out of control. a live report from the fire zone. >> gregg: an explosion in kabul, afghanistan outside the main gate of nato headquarters. days away from a presidential election. we'll find out who was behind the bombing and if it will keep the voters away from the polls. >> julie: president obama is taking his push for health care reform to colorado today. we want to take you live to air force one if we can get that video. this is a live picture of air force one about to depart montana for grand junction, colorado. in colorado that is where he is going to be holding a townhall meeting, a city providing medical care at a third of the cost of other cities. hundreds of people are expected at the e
to have a problem. similarly, when you look at the somali residents of america, that have come here. we now have a second generation. some of whom the f.b.i. is tracing having gone to somali for train i training to apparen practice jihad there and maybe practice it here. a particularly worrying problem is in the nation capital region, jamie, we have islamic saudi academy. this past week, a federal judge decided the valedictorian of a class that graduated from there recently should be serving life in prison for his jihadist activities. specifically, his effort to kill the president of the united states. this week, monday afternoon, the board of supervisors in fairfax county is going to consider expanding the islamic saudi economy within minutes of the nation's seat of government to equip it to accommodate 1200 students who will be exposed to this kind of sharia prophetlization and program. >> jamie: frank, that is getting a look at it. boyd did not act alone, according to authorities. six other people were taken in custody for suspected terrorist activity, that's in north carolina of all
palin's comments she made on facebook. she wrote on her facebook page, the america i know and love is not my baby with downs syndrome will have to stand in front of a death panel where they are worry >> these are strong words from a former republican governor. i don't know. i think a lot of people are concerned it's making the gop look bad. >> listen, here is the concern i heard from my constituents. they are worried about the cancer survival rates in the u.k. where you have a national health board, here for prostate cancer, but this affects people's lives. when people's own lies are being affected and they feel they are not being heard, they will lash out. hold the town meetings. the reason so many people are angry, they call into the senator's office and they are not being listened to or nobody is returning their call. second, when you do hold a town meeting, go to the senator population first. we're going to hear from the senators first. tell them you're going stay long enough to hear from everybody. people are just afraid that they are not going to be listened to. so there is a
probes and how america's safety, he says, is being put in jeopardy by the investigation. and fox news sunday, chris wallace will join us live in a few minutes to talk about the exclusive interview with mr. cheney, and that is later this afternoon. >> jamie: and good morning, another "fox news alert." there are brand new pictures of an out of control wildfire that has been raging in southern california. and in just 24 hours, the last 24 hours, this fire has nearly tripled in size. fueled by triple-digit heat and winds. and is now threatening 10,000 homes, as firefighters struggle to get control of the flames. the growing inferno burning in the mountains just above los angeles, and is in a rugged, isolated terrain now and is making it difficult for fire crews, who are of course keeping a close eye and you can see the video, that these are devastating fires, and potentially, harming many people and homes and we'll bring you the latest details. >> eric: we start with new concerns being raised about president obama's massive plan to overhaul health care, taking a blow and republican senato
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the congress returns to get something passed and that it might not be the best interest of america? >> well, yeah, i think so and the president needs an accomplishment and he can't pay down health care reform and remember this was a big issue for him going back to the democratic primaries. so, he needs to have something that he can point to. the problem i think he faces is that, as you pointed out, what he has been championing is increasingly less popular i think you have him, trying to make a case for something he campaigned on which turns out not to be that popular when people see the specifics of it and even a little bit -- you're in a box, because if he quote-unquote wins i think it could actually have lasting political damage, especially, if he goes to the reconciliation route and tries, anything else, to pass it through a secret back door yes, and wh door. >> jamie: and when you look at his pain and the promises he made and what he is doing now and there were a lot of promises made to the middle class of america and as we see the jobs numbers and people losing their jobs more and more
from athens, greece. >> gregg: war in afghanistan from america's most senior military officer. here it is. >> i think it is serious, it is did he tear mediating and i've said that over the last couple of years, taliban have gotten more sophisticated tactics in my recent visits and certainly indicate that. >> gregg: joint chief of staff will not say whether more american troops are needed in afghanistan. white house is awaiting an assessment from the commander there, that is general stanley mcchrystal before making decisions. 68,000 american troops already committed to afghanistan by year's end. >> julie: now to health care, the heat debate in townhall meetings, now at the center of the debate, government run insurance plan, known as the public option, remember that word came up a lot. ack a bill without it. republicans call it a takeover and there are new calls to drop it altogether. caroline is live in washington. where is it coming from exactly? >> it came from john mccain. he said that president obama will have to draw up a proposal if he wants to reach a deal with congress. he w
's remains. >>> welcome to america's news headquarters. from the nation's capital i'm shannon bream. captain scot speicher was shot down on the first night of the persian gulf war and it has been a mystery ever since. laura ingle is following it from new york. >> the efforts to find the missing captain came to a conclusion after a critical tip came in from an iraqi who provided credible information to u.s. forces in the past. he said he knew of two other iraqis who remembered crashing in the desert and that he they buried the pilot. the military uncovered the bones and identified the navy captain by matching a jaw bone. one tip included the discovery of what some believed were his initials scratched into a wall inside an iraqi prison. the florida family never gave up hope that they would some day find the answer as to what happened to the married father of two and they repeatedly pressed the military to solve the case as the years went on with no results. speicher was shot down on january 17th, 1991. his aircraft crashed during the first coalition war, operation desert storm. one of the most
us? hello, and welcome to america's news headquarters, live from new york for the next two hours, i'm jamie colby. >> i'm rick folbaum. nice to be with you, jamie. >> nice to see you, rick. >> the bill didn't get any republican support. >> not at all. >> some lawmakers say the legislation could shake up a huge portion of this country's economy. molly henneberg has more from washington. >> hi, rick, hi, jamie, president obama heralded the passage of the bill, the one that had so much debate around it ap said the u.s. should, quote, build upon the historic consensus that's been forged. the president put out a statement today, praising the bill, saying it would strengthen consumer protection and choice while lowering costs and improving care. it was a tough flaw for the democrats to get the bill out of the committee because the conservative blue dog democrats raised a number of objections about the cost of a health care overhaul and the impact on small businesses, in the end, enough of the blue dog board and the bill passed. here is what the committee chairman said. >> i think we passe
coast-to-coast, we're seeing similar video coming from the town hall and cities across america. usually there's just a trickle of people. now hundreds are packing into the rooms. here is just a sample. listen to one in washington state. >> need a public option at the very least. we -- the suspicion -- >> this is great. i'm being heckled by the left. >> that's washington state. you also spoke about senator harken and play some of that video from iowa. he indeed said some the people were using "scare tactics," misinformation and obstruction calling it a nationally coordinated effort to disrupt the meetings. let's play a little more of the harken meeting. well, what i can tell you is mr. harken -- i apologize. we don't have the tape for you. he said he thinks the vast majority of americans will see healthcare reform as a good thing. several more weeks to go before they head back to d.c., guys. probably much of this over the next few weeks. >> eric: talk about several more weeks, there is a lot of emotion at the meeting for both sides. what does it mean for legislation when lawmakers get b
obama meet with moammar gadhafi next month? guess what? gadhafi is coming to america. he's attending the big u.n. meeting in september. they say he will pitch his tent in new jersey. and the cause for the u.n. to do something this morning but you never guess what nation is a member of the security council. >> jamie: plus, another nightmare flight. oh, my goodness. can you imagine, it happened again. travelers stranded on an airplane for hours overnight. could this flight finally prompt calls for a passenger bill of rights? >> hunger was starting to set in. we waited it out. waited it out. you know, five-and-a-half hours later, you know, we fly, you know, we ply to minneapolis. carol, when you replaced casual friday with nordic tuesday, was it really for fun, or to save money on heat? why? don't you think nordic tuesday is fun? oh no, it's fun... you know, if you are trying to cut costs, fedex can help. we've got express options, fast ground and freight service-- you can save money and keep the heat on. great idea. that is a great idea. well, if nordic tuesday wasn't so much fun. (ann
, welcome to america's news headquarters. >> gregg: i'm gregg jarrett. topping the news this hour, it's been a mystery for nearly two decades. captain michael scott speicher a u.s. navy pilot shot down back in 1991-his remains never found until now. we've got some new information to share with you. it is bringing his family some closure. the families first public statement in a couple of minutes. >> julie: tragedy at a music festival. an outdoor stage comes crashing down killing one person and injuring more than 70 others. >> gregg: a massive forest fire, raging out of control. take a look at this. we're going to tell you where several thousand people had to go to dodge this massive fire. >> julie: our first and top story, he was the first american soldier lost in the gulf war and for nearly two decades no one knew whether he was alive or dead. now, the mystery is finally over. pentagon says the remains of the pilot captain michael scott speicer has been identified. his plane was shot down in the opening hours of the war. it's a testament of how the military never stop looking for one of its
jarrett. welcome to a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters. >> hurricane bill creating rough waves. the storm is losing some strength. it's now downgraded to a category 1 storm. as it's moving a little north over cooler waters. safety officials in new england are urging extreme caution for folks in the area as bill is drawing near. domenica davis is in the fox weather center with the latest. hi. >> yes, this advisory came in, they have downgraded bill to a category 1, which is good news because it's 300 miles to the south of nantucket and that means it will make a pass to the east of the island late this evening, tomorrow. heavy swell also start to move in. that will be the name of the game, heavy rain bands moving through and as we've been looking at the pictures, some very rough seas right in toward sunday. the winds right now, 85 miles per hour. lead to go the north, 24 miles per hour. expected to stay a category 1 through sunday. much of sunday and then starts to diminish, becomes a tropical storm as it passes nova scotia. the rain bands now are moving in and the islands
on community support. overall, funding right now is down 20% across america, while there has been an increase in patient load by up to 50%. it's a big gap that really needs a lot of attention. >> these services are valuable. can anyone go in and use the services? >> wouldn't it be great if everyone could get free medical care? no, there are stipulations and qualifications to go and use these things. you have to be uninsured. you have to be in low income bracket. depending on the rules of your state, you have to live within the area of the free clinic. medical experts right now estimate up to 8 million people will be using these clinics this year and for some, for many of these people, it is more than just saving of our health. take a listen. >> i had to pay all those bills, i probably wouldn't be able to pay electric. it's hard trying to keep our heads above water. >> a lot of these people using the clinics never dreamed they would have to use these services. they lost their jobs. they've lost their insurance and this is the only place they can turn. >> you were talking about the lack of fund
. >> they are not going away. the organization that obama created is organizing for america. they were out at metro stops in northern virginia handing out information urging people to be involved. i think that is great and you are seeing the republicans do the same thing. >> shannon: a healthy debate. doug and doug, we thank you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> shannon: more than 80% of cancer patients seek treatment at community clinics. now, many say payment problems may force them to close their doors. we will explain after the break. and we are following the situation on the hudson river as recovery efforts continue there following the mid air collision between a helicopteri hand a small planeng that left y nine people dead yesterday. you could end up taking 4 times the number... of pills compared to aleve. choose aleve and you could start taking fewer pills. just 2 aleve have the strength... to relieve arthritis pain all day. summer days were not good to my skin. (announcer) new neutrogena total skin renewal. it's clinically tested to help undo the look of a year's worth of skin aging in just on
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